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Entertainment Suspect Crashes Through Warner Bros. Lot Gate During Police Chase

02:46  08 july  2020
02:46  08 july  2020 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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The suspect drove into Dino’s Storage at Southeast 14th and Kenyan while trying to get away. He smashed the truck through a gate at the business to Jorgenson and his family narrowly escaped becoming a victim of the chase . The suspect eventually lost control and crashed in the 5200 block of

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A suspect is on the loose after a police chase that started in Glendale ended when the suspect's car crashed through one of the gates at the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Sgt. Randy Stewart, spokesman for Glendale police told The Hollywood Reporter.

The chase and subsequent crash occurred before 3 p.m. The suspect crashed through Gate 7 off Olive Avenue and fled on foot in the area, Stewart said.

A perimeter has been set up as police search for the suspect. It was not immediately clear if anyone was hurt in the crash.

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